November 29th, 2010
My daughter wanted chocolate chip cookies for breakfast on Sunday. Even though I secretly agreed with her, I thought it was best to tell her no, and that we could make them together after church. This seemed to appease her for the time, but she did not forget!
November 26th, 2010
If you have a bunch of turkey leftovers, this is what you should make with them. Gather up the scraps and make a golden delicious pot pie! It is the ultimate comfort food and a great way to follow up Thanksgiving dinner.
November 25th, 2010
Many thanks for my Family, my Health and the many wonderful blessing in my life- not least of all the lovely community of readers that I have here. Thank you everyone, and please have a very happy, safe and wonderful Thanksgiving! My pumpkin cinnamon rolls are rising, frittata is in the oven and the bacon…
November 22nd, 2010
This recipe was totally inspired by the “Throwdown” that went on between the goddess, Ree Drumond, aka “The Pioneer Woman” and Bobby Flay.
November 20th, 2010
This beautiful cake is one of my favorites. It was posted last year, but after I made it for an auction recently, (added pictures) there were requests for the recipe. Goes to show what a picture can do for a recipe!
November 19th, 2010
These are delicious, moist (and not that bad in the fat and sugar department when considering they are A) scones, and B) there are 8 of them). Make these for your darling family’s this weekend for breakfast or even better yet, for breakfast on Thanksgiving!
November 16th, 2010
I was trying to think of a way to use up the rest of the chicken from our roasted chicken dinner last night when I thought of that Greek lemony soup, Avgolemono, its one of my husbands childhood favorites and I thought maybe I could make a chicken orzo soup that echoed the same flavors.
November 16th, 2010
This is barely even a recipe- more of a guideline to cooking an easy and delicious roasted chicken. Kids and adults both love it and it’s so versatile you can pair anything with it.
November 12th, 2010
I was all pleased with myself for coming up with this creative alternative for a Thanksgiving dessert. I was thinking about how easy it was to make, how I love the sweet and tart apples with the sour cranberries. How the ginger and cinnamon turns the biscuit topping into a lovely caramel color and how those spices give just the right flavor to the fruit.
November 10th, 2010
My husband has a few dishes that he is really, really good at. I loooove it when he decides, usually on a Sunday, to make one of those few coveted dishes. One of them is Mac n’ cheese. He is always great about sprucing it up with additional ingredients, and this time it was cauliflower…